About 1,000 people paid 50 dollars each to see the premier in Little Rock of "The Hunting of the President," a film that claims to expose "the ten-year campaign to destroy Bill Clinton." The 90-minute documentary re-creates interviews done for the New York Times best-selling book by the same name written by Joe Conason and Gene Lyons. Rough versions have already played at four film festivals. Proceeds from the showing at the Statehouse Convention Center went to charity. Those in attendance included Susan McDougal, who went to jail rather than cooperate with Whitewater prosecutor Kenneth Starr. Also on hand was retired General Wesley Clark, who sought the Democratic Party`s presidential nomination this year and former U.S. Senator David Pryor of Arkansas.